Play highlights New Mexican culture

Clyde Davis I’m admittedly jaded when it comes to theater, maybe more than I should be at first glance. When I was a kid, my parents used to take us into Pittsburgh every New Years’ Eve to see the Tamburitzans, a group from Duquesne University who did a theatrical presentation of eastern European culture and [...]

Halloween festivals more fun

Karl Terry Trick-or-treating was a big part of the fall season when I was a kid but the annual Fun Festival at L.L. Brown Elementary School was a fall classic. When I was trick-or-treat age we lived in the country and so that activity wasn’t as big for us as it was for city kids [...]

Our people: Veteran enjoys helping

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Matt 25 Hope Center’s Executive Director Steve Reshetar has worked for non-profit organizations since 1988. He enjoys helping people. Reshetar said he enjoys how organizations in Clovis can come together and work toward one goal. When he applied for the job here four years ago, he was convinced to come here when he heard that [...]

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Samplings of recent calls to Portales-area law enforcement, according to police records:

Americans always ready to lend a hand

Last spring many criticized Florida strawberry growers for plowing under their crop when it was obvious that spending more money to pick and distribute it would only add to their financial loss. They were called stingy and greedy by their detractors and told they should harvest the crop and give it to the needy. When [...]

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PNT staff report Status updates on high-profile criminal cases, according to the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office: • Lucio Ramirez, was charged with aggravated battery for hitting Marvin Silva, 34, of Belen with a hammer during the fight in which Marco Bonilla of Portales was stabbed to death in November 2009: The case was dismissed [...]

Tuesday marks election day

Kevin Wilson Early voting has concluded, and just one voting day remains on the 2010 midterm elections. Polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, with voter choices ranging from the governor’s mansion and House of Representatives to the Roosevelt County Commission. Tuesday’s voters have the following options on the ballot: • House of [...]

Press power drive being replaced

Freedom New Mexico Delivery of the Clovis News Journal was Friday morning due to a loss of power to the press. The last copies were delivered around noon. It is the second time in three weeks this has happened, said Publisher Ray Sullivan. “We apologize to customers who didn’t get their papers on time and [...]

Hounds take on UTEP in exhibition game

Freedom New Mexico It figures if the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team can hang with three Division I teams, all of whom made the NCAA tournament last year, good things are in store. ENMU, under second-year coach Andrew Helton, plays at Texas-El Paso in a 7:05 p.m. start tonight. The Greyhounds (10-16, 5-7 [...]

Zias post shutout

Freedom New Mexico WEATHERFORD, Okla. — Junior midfielder Danielle Thurman scored in the first 18 seconds and the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team posted a 2-0 Lone Star Conference soccer win on Friday. Junior goalkeeper Sierra Cardenas added to her school record with her ninth shutout, making five saves in goal. Thurman’s goal [...]